Some Things They Don't Teach You About Motorcycle Safety

Most motorcycle safety training programs teach you how to maintain control of your motorcycle. They rarely teach you how to regain control once you have lost it. If you do lose control of your motorcycle, you should squeeze both levers fast. No thinking, just do it.

When you approach the crest of a hill, move away from the center line in order to avoid other drivers who may come at you in your lane. You need to buy yourself some space and not be caught off guard.

When riding in a group, the best driver should be located in the drag position. The rider in this position will usually be the first person to deal with an accident, and he or she will be in the best position to note the riding skills of a group.

When riding in a group, changing lanes should be done just like passing a car, one at a time, first bike to last. The drag bike is the last to make a lane change. Only after the drag bike changes lanes should the speed of the group change.

The Ormond Beach law firm of Johnson & Gilbert, P.A. understands the serious nature of automobile, motorcycle, and truck accidents and the injuries that can result. Our firm will investigate the causes of any accident and pursue appropriate legal action.

Call a Florida car accident attorney today at 800-556-8890 for a free and confidential consultation if you have been involved in a car accident.